Congleton

Congleton has the Cheshire Plain (and several nature reserves) to one side and the rising land of Staffordshire the other, a decidedly pretty spot enhanced still further by the Macclefield Canal running by the old market and textile town... Read More

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Hotels in Congleton - 11 places to stay

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Alexandra Court Hotel

Alexandra Court Hotel

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Accommodation of the Year 2008 & 2009 means we are the best Hotel for miles around!!! FACTWe have 15 luxurious bedrooms with fantastic ensuiteWe have a superb award winning restaurant ... More

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Lion and Swan Hotel

Lion and Swan Hotel

This hotel is a 16th century half timbered inn, finest food & real ales, conference & wedding venue. This strikingly timbered hotel offers guests 21 attractive and individually decorated bedrooms with every modern ameni The beautiful ... More | visit website

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The Plough Inn

The Plough Inn
For those whose main wish is just to relax and 'get away from it all' for a few days, The Plough has a former stable block converted into 8 tastefully furnished double bedrooms. Once you've ... More | visit website
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The Egerton Arms Country Inn

The Egerton Arms Country Inn
The Egerton is a 16th century Inn adjacent to St. Mary's church in the beautifulvillage of Astbury. Family run for 14 years under the supervision of Allen and Grace Smith who are proud of ... More | visit website
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Lamb Inn

Lamb Inn

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The Lamb Inn is an 1835 old style coach house that was converted from a Public House to a B&B in the 1980's. All rooms have on-suite facilities, TV's etc. ... More

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